While parts of the Gulf Coast fight off the spill's ripple effects, some areas are still in clean-up mode. Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser, as recent as Friday, reported oil. "It still blows my mind that they've got all these people out there on the payroll not finding any oil, but the local fishermen, that they keep trying to downsize, keep finding oil," said Nungesser.
"The oil is 10 feet, 12 feet into the grasslands," said Vicki Perrin with the Coastal Heritage Society of LA.
"We don't know where we're going.. don't know what we're doing.. don't know where we're going to end up. What do we do in Plaquemines Parish?," asked Kindra Arnesen, who is married to a fisherman.